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September 29, 2009

Daily Aspirin May Do More Harm Than Good

Filed under: Health News — Tags: — (author unknown) @ 6:00 PM

A UK study presented at a conference last weekend found no evidence to support the idea that a daily dose of aspirin protects people who do not have artery or heart disease from developing it in the future any better than a placebo, and experts suggest given the higher risk of internal bleeding from taking aspirin routinely, for healthy people such a precaution may do more harm than good.


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